The German brand has spoken about the designs of its future models, especially those that have to do with the electrical world.
Porsche changes the rules of the game with its new look. The German brand has spoken about the designs of its future models, especially those that have to do with the electrical world. The head of advanced exterior design, Ingo Scheinhütte, has given clues in a recent interview with Coach about what we will see in the coming years. And the truth is that important changes are coming.
Yes, always respecting the company heritage and DNA. In the words of the designer himself this “must be an evolution.” This philosophy will influence upcoming sedans and SUVs, as demonstrated by Porsche’s latest concepts that could shape future electric production cars.
“You bring together all the ideas in a concept, but you have to see how they develop. Some elements are essential to the identification of our brand, such as the continuous arc of light, and in the Mission X you see an evolution of that. Instead of just having a light bar, it now has the Porsche logo integrated. “I’m sure this is something we’ll see in production,” he said. Ingo Scheinhütte.
“Both concepts They are very different in the way they are designed. “The 357 is a love letter to Porsche’s original form, while the Mission X is a development of Porsche’s design language.” “The further you get into the sedan and SUV segment, the less 3D shapes you can play with, so sports cars are a kind of model that we try to take and adapt to our SUVs,” he commented.
The same designer also talked about the classic cab-back and long-hood design of the 924 or 944: “The old GT design with the big hood is the oldest symbol we can use in car design, because people know they are cars. But now, with electric vehicles, you no longer have those symbols and you don’t want to send a false message. Although the symbol may still work, you need to be honest and create a package that is attractive. “I think it could work, but I think it would be the wrong thing to do.”